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Bold and beautiful, this pool is sure to turn heads

Watching the kids splash around the pool from the comfort of your couch sounds pretty cool, right? With this featured Infinity Pools project, the homeowners can keep an eye on their two young children from a feature window inside the home, which highlights the striking pool and water feature.

Designed by Sue O’Connor Architects and built by Infinity Pools, this 12m x 1.8m rectangular lap pool is an extension of the Willoughby family home and entertaining space. The owners wanted a design that would create flow and fusion between the indoor and outdoor areas while providing a functional space for fitness, recreation and entertainment.

Recognising that good design principles must ensure a functional pool tailored to the client’s needs, Infinity Pools built a step at either end of the pool to ensure the children are not “caught out” and are able to stand. The long feature window also allows the parents to watch from inside.

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Project Details

HEATING Hurlcon gas heating
CLEANING Polaris 3900S and booster pump
FILTRATION Hurlcon filter and pump
COPING: Sandstone coping by the Sydney Stone Company
TILES 20mm x 20mm mosaics from Beaumont Tiles
INTERIOR FINISH Quartzon in Royal Blue
SPECIAL FEATURES The house and exterior decking was built by Andrew Johnson of Good Foundations Building, a director of Infinity Pools
Publish at: , last modify at: 10/06/2016

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